Sector Chief – Education Sector

Edward McKaveney, Ed.D., CETL

Having worked with education/information technologies, digital media and security in higher education and K-12 for more than 25-years, Dr. McKaveney has been continuously focused on the advancement of student learning, faculty development and operational success through the innovative use of technologies. As a former educational computing consultant and manager of media services at Duquesne University, he has worked as Technology Director for the award-winning Hampton Township School District since 2004, where he leads the technology team in support of the district’s primary mission, which is to work collaboratively with the community in support of every child becoming creative and innovative problem-solvers and communicators. He has been fortunate to participate in several CoSN International delegations, to visit schools and engage education leaders from around the world in high level discussions exploring innovative teaching and learning as the organization looks at global leadership, policies, and practices in combination with the strategic use of Information Communication Technologies. Dr. McKaveney is a past board member of the FBI Pittsburgh Citizens Academy Alumni Association and a past-chair of the PA CTO Council of the PAECT (The PA CoSN state chapter), and currently serves as a national CoSN CETL course facilitator and on the national CoSN Cybersecurity committee and Driving K-12 Innovation Advisory Board. A PA Certified Instructional Technology Specialist and CoSN Certified Educational Technology Leader (CETL), he has a B.S. in Biology, M.S. in Multimedia Technology, and a doctorate in Educational Leadership and Management where his organizational change research investigated the effect of implementing instructional coaching with digital learning on high school math and science.

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